Little Baby Blue Bath Tub gem convertible. It's in great shape and looks about perfect from 10 feet away, closer inspection, there are some little flaws. New paint job on rear deck lid. Also has a nice white '64' Corvair convertible, top with the supper charger and great body style, Great shape factory teal interior. 50-year old could be used as a daily driver its that nice. Corvair really surprised me. I'm used to driving 40+ year-old cars around as daily drivers. I'm used to putting up with a bit less comfort and a good bit more hassle just to get around, because, darn it, it's worth it. Corvair proved to be one of the most effortless, relaxing cars I've driven, new or old. I think it's because of the Corvair's rather unique blend of European technology and design and American standards of comfort and ease. That transatlantic pairing has existed before, but usually in high-end cars targeted at performance and luxury. This well-maintained 1964 Corvair, treated it like her prized possession. This car was immaculately kept and maintained, which explains its remarkably original condition.